Control Engineering hot topics, April 2020
Control Engineering's most clicked articles in April 2020 included stories about COVID-19 survey results and impacts on engineers, an overview of industrial IoT, cybersecurity, and more. Miss something? You can catch up here.
Hot topics in Control Engineering, for April 2020, included COVID-19 survey results and impacts on engineers, an overview of industrial IoT, cybersecurity, and more. Links to each article below.
Engineers like facts and seek credible information sources on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) effects to the engineering-related world. Engineers also have technologies, processes and expert advice that can help.
Research analysis, advice: Adverse effects of Coronavirus more than doubled in just a week for visitors to Control Engineering, Plant Engineering, Oil & Gas Engineering, and Consulting-Specifying Engineer websites taking a survey on COVID-19 impacts on engineering. For respondents answering March 11 to 19 and March 20 to 25, 13% felt a “great deal” of impact in the first week and 35% the next week.
COVID-19 is forcing manufacturers to rely more on automation and digitalization for long-term operations to reduce the financial impact from epidemics and other potential economic challenges.
Recent results of a survey on the impact of the coronavirus displayed a shift towards more positive expectations and minimal impact to the electronic components industry.
Robots and automation are on the front lines of the COVID-19 battle and are helping manufacturers, health care officials and many more.
While manufacturing has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, there are signs and reasons to be optimistic about a recovery in the months and years to come.
Results cover impact on business, company responses, travel, future outlook, government strategies and other topics.
Coronavirus is having a major effect on Chinese manufacturing in the short-term, but the long-term effects remain uncertain as the virus continues to have a global impact.
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Address five areas to improve remote operations, of growing importance to keep manufacturing sites running efficiently, reliably and safely from a distance, to address COVID-19 pandemic concerns and demographic workforce pressures. Secure software and devices can improve remote access, cybersecurity and digitization.
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